He elaborated on this plan during the August 31 episode of "The Alex Jones Show" on InfoWars. Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow, told host Alex Jones that a big part of the plan is the use of new wireless monitoring device. (Related: Lindell's $1.6 billion lawsuit against Dominion shows the importance of the counterattack.)
The conservative political activist pointed out that the American people had been lied to when county clerks and election officials told them that voting machines were not connected to the internet.
"Yes, they are on the internet. But you know what? We've been trying for two years to tell them that and they're not listening. So now, it took a year to develop this device," said Lindell, who explained that the device detects another device that goes online.
Jones commented that every American should have this device with all the smart machines already invading their home. Lindell agreed, adding that it will eventually be a commercialized device.
But for now, the purpose of this device is to make sure that elections are clean. And he wants every county commissioner, every county clerk and every parish to have one.
The device would sound an alarm when routers, polling books, printers and voting machines go online. Lindell said they are hoping to make enough of the real-time monitoring device, which they plan to use in the fall elections in Louisiana, Mississippi and Kentucky.
Lindell is getting support from over 300,000 people on the ground who have been working hard to combat election fraud. Their collective goals include getting back to paper ballots being hand counted and having same-day voting on the precinct level.
Feedback from these people will go into what Lindell calls the Election Crime Bureau. Every American can get involved by going to FrankSocial.com or downloading Frank Social via the app store. People can watch real-time streaming of election frauds and crimes in all 50 states there," he said.
Jones commented that Lindell has created an open-source human intelligence system. "This is going to scare the hell out of the people who are involved in election fraud," Jones said.
The wireless monitoring devices are going to be in places where elections are going to be held, and they will report if the election machines are going online. Americans are going to get reports, pictures and other things coming from the hundreds of thousands of people supporting this cause.
"We are putting this input into Frank Social because we want every American to know what is going on and to create awareness," Lindell said. "We need to make the elections secure now after what happened in 2020."
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